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Conversations with Michael Jackson: Who Killed Michael?

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Who killed Michael Jackson? Who are the real mother and father of Michael's children? Michael Jackson is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable and iconic entertainers of the twentieth century. Unexpectedly Michael died on 25th June 2009 aged fifty, three weeks prior to the commencement of his ‘This Is It’ tour. So much has been written about Michael’s life and most of the facts are available to view but what remains are the unanswered questions of his life. We will give you all the answers direct from the source that is Michael Jackson. How is this possible you may ask, let me introduce you to Sussan Evermore a gifted audio and visual channeler. What is a channeler? It is the ability to connect to someone that has passed over and left their physical existence. The non-physical entity will speak through the voice of Sussan using her library of words to express themselves.
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ISBN
9781300807551
Published
May 6, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
4.71 MB

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